Bankrupt

 

Keith Pickstock is an undischarged bankrupt who is subject to an 11 year Bankruptcy Restriction Order

 

Keith Pickstock was declared bankrupt on 16 June 2003.  Normally a bankrupt would be discharged after twelve months, however Keith Pickstock's discharge from bankruptcy has been postponed indefinitely "until the fulfillment of conditions as specified in the Order made by the Court and effective from 26 March 2004".

 

Keith Pickstock is also currently subject to an eleven year Bankruptcy Restriction Order (BRO), which started on 27 January 2010 and will end on 26 January 2021. (The maximum BRO that can be imposed is fifteen years).

 

 

What does this mean? 

 

It means that Keith Pickstock cannot trade as a limited company, and he must always give his name on contracts (ie: "Keith Pickstock T/A [trading name]"). He must also disclose this information if applying for credit.  

 

 

How can I check this?

You can check these details by clicking here which will take you to Keith Pickstock's entry on the Individual Insolvency Register of The Insolvency Service's website.

 

Full contact details are given on The Insolvency Service's website, which will allow you to discuss this with a member of their staff - they will be very pleased to discuss Keith Pickstock with you.

You can learn more about Bankrptcy Restriction Orders on GOV.UK

 

 

 

 

 

 

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